‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ Star Ainsley Seiger Gets a Unique Tattoo: PHOTO

by Joe Rutland

“Law & Order: Organized Crime” star Ainsley Seiger decided to get a tooth tattoo and shared that vision with the world on Saturday.

Seiger plays Jet Slootmaekers, who is a hacker with the Organized Crime Control Bureau. Her expertise in the technology realm includes smartphones and computers. She’s part of the NBC crime show and the “Law & Order” franchise created and run by Dick Wolf.

Now just how a tooth tattoo will play a role in future “Law & Order: Organized Crime” episodes, if any, remains to be seen.

Speaking of being seen, take a look at this from Seiger’s Twitter account.

Pretty good-looking tattoo there, don’t you think, Outsiders?

Well, Seiger joins Christopher Meloni, who plays Detective Elliot Stabler, and the rest of the show’s cast on Thursday nights. In case you missed it, then “Law & Order: Organized Crime” started its second season.

Just like last season, the show airs right after the long-running “SVU” at 10 p.m. Eastern, 9 p.m. Central.

Seiger, 23, has been a part of the show since its first season. That eight-episode run finished in June with a full second season on board. She’s originally from Cary, N.C., and graduated from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts in 2020.

Nowadays, she’s helping Stabler out in getting some bad people arrested.

‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ Welcomed Ellen Burstyn Back In Season 2 Show

Those who have watched “Law & Order: Organized Crime” and “SVU” know that Stabler’s mom Bernadette has made appearances.

Actress Ellen Burstyn returned to play Bernadette again, this time on “Organized Crime.”

When we first see Bernadette Stabler, she’s at Central Park and watches a little boy feed some ducks.

She tells him not to do that, but Bernadette believes she is talking to a young boy named Elliot. Her son.

Bernadette hits the little boy for ignoring her warnings. But Bernadette doesn’t realize that the little boy is not her son. That leads to police officers showing up and arresting her.

When Bernadette is freed from jail, she finds herself back with Elliot, her grown son. She apologizes and says it was because she forgot to take her meds.

But it also looks like she might be suffering from dementia. Stabler and his two children are shown visiting her at her home. The children offer to stay with Bernadette, and Elliot says, “That a good idea.”

Burstyn, as always, provides a solid performance. She first played Bernadette Stabler in a Season 10 episode on “SVU.”

“Law & Order: Organized Crime” is one of those must-see TV shows, thanks to its star in Meloni and supporting cast.

It returns next Thursday night along with Meloni’s old show, “SVU.”